Submissions Period Extended

It’s an early holiday gift!

We’ve been hard at work over here at Feminine Inquiry reading, and looking, through all of your wonderful submissions. We were so excited and thrilled with the content we’ve been receiving that we decided to go ahead and re-open submissions, giving everyone a chance to submit more work! That being said, we’re officially extending our submissions till February 1st, 2015 at Midnight CST. After that we’re heading straight into our reading and publishing period, expecting our first journal to be released shortly thereafter.

A few changes have been made that you might want to keep in mind. We’re still all about representing strong females and female issues, we’re extending our submissions to any and all works of prose, poetry, or art. What this means for you is that, although we’re still searching for the stuff we were before (strong female representation) we won’t exclude anyone’s work that falls outside of those categories. So send us your best work, we’d love to have you! If you’re unsure as to whether or not your work qualifies, or if you just have some general concerns you’d like to talk over with us, go ahead and send us an e-mail at info@feminineinquiry.com and we’ll get back to you ASAP with a warm and friendly response!

Best of luck to all you submitters, new and old alike. We can’t wait to see what you send us. Send all works to Submit@FeminineInquiry.com.

P.S. | If you’ve already submitted to Feminine Inquiry, rest assured we’ve looked through your work. If you’d like, please send us more as we’d love to read it.
P.S. #2 | We’ve updated our submission guidelines to reflect our new attitude. Check it out.

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The author

Cole Bubenik is the Co-managing editor of The Feminine Inquiry, a short story writer, and a graduate from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.A. English. He writes things which are domestic, apocalyptic, fantastic, romantic, and at all times queer.

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